Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for March 4, 2006.
I play my favorite song from the Changelings; I talk about my chat with Damon Young and when musicians are grateful to have their music in podcasts vs suing your nuts off for playing them; I talk about getting interviewed a few times last week for the “Slusher Overexposure Tour 2006”; I play a song by Steve Newman; I talk about watching the Wild Bunch and listening to the Reel Reviews Cinephile show about it; I’m still knocked out by how funny the Better Bad News mockery of me is, enough that I play a segment of it; I play the song to end all songs by Beau Hall and giggle my ass on out of the show.
To clarify something I said in a flip manner in the show, I don’t mean that my sponsors are owned by right wing nut jobs specifically. I mean that companies have a strong tendency to be owned by right wingers, whether by cause or effect I have no way of knowing.
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Links mentioned in this episode:
- The Changelings
- Damon Young
- Steve Newman
- Lullaby for Lawyers song
- Patti Rothberg
- Reel Reviews Wild Bunch episode
- Better Bad News skewers me
- The Chair and the Automan – my brother’s podcast
- Beau Hall
- Sign my Frappr Map!
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5 thoughts on “EGC Clambake For March 4, 2006”
That Changelings tune was cool-like the psychedelic-Indian vibe. Heard Super Hot lady Cop on James show-he said you flipped over it, are you a pair of .38’s kind of guy?
What is the name of your brother’s podcast? You mention it in passing, but then neglect to put it in the shownotes. Just curious.
I’m blind. Sorry about that.
Derek, no you aren’t. I updated the post, but didn’t leave a comment to that effect. Sorry about that.
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